Monthly Archive: July 2021

Andrew Neerdaels Joins Dimensional Branding Group, A Village Company 

Dimensional Branding Group is excited to announce the latest addition to their team, Andrew Neerdaels, Licensing Coordinator. A recent graduate of University of Minnesota Duluth, Andrew joins with three years of experience in digital marketing and sales. Prior to that, he spent 4 years as a production assistant at Launch Photography, Film and Video Inc.   Andrew started at the Village Companies one year ago, working with sister companies Maverick, Coex, and MCL providing business development and marketing support.   Morgan Ward, Licensing Director, says “We’re absolutely thrilled to […] Read More

It’s Who You Know: Women In Licensing featuring Anita Castellar

I amazes me how many people in licensing I have met at licensing events without ever having our paths cross in terms of deal making. This might be one of the greatest things about licensing to me. We all know each other. We’re always looking for ways to work together. Anita Castellar is one of those people for me. One day, I hope we will get to do a deal together or work on something collaboratively. In the meantime, I […] Read More

Tasty Peach Partners with Kit Watson for Necronomicorns Graphic Novella Series

Dimensional Branding Group is pleased to announce that Tasty Peach Studios has brought in Kit Watson as writing partner to launch the Necronomicorns universe in a series of graphic novellas. A complement to Tasty Peach, Necrononicorns is a universe in which some days are not so magical; some days simply suck. The Necronomicorns universe is a space in which all can simply be themselves, embrace their own darkness – wrapping up their rage in love and acceptance. Ryan Zanfei “ […] Read More

Leadership is a State of Mind

We have all been exposed to great leaders, good leaders, poor leaders and even terrible leaders.  It is easy to judge how others behave, react and lead people in and outside of work environments, especially those who have titles or positions that imply leadership. We can get caught up in hierarchy, chain of command, and titles. We are all guilty of spending too much energy on being frustrated with our “leaders”.  Whether it’s someone on an executive team at work, […] Read More